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Vwva m mm IS CEMTEfi AIUATI TODAY 3iTADLE 3KI1921I ;. -j An like to Glvo if ' t.l.aul flk,Mk lit lt-irjl laarcsaiuB n ZZ&m charitable orgaolxs L g ft dtr calling attention to LTTvMad campaign that is to JaMel to the city during i firinc. that a,J tnrk of their organization i w tffl U submitted. All organ- Zgma Id the city that are ells Ik H fartlcinate in funds of this us wbo are likely to call tkt dtitens during the com- par ft ssistance, are being aSXtsTei ! Mprtlaiuwr tep la be!cg ais k tke secretary of the asso tus is order that ' some idea TTJ, m M to what the citizens Tjttk Island will be called upon attribute to a fund of this kind. L .srpaizations are asked to Wit flfsrcs as to receipts and ajtsiitaresor the present year jjtjst the commititee in charge 4 totribotlon may be able to pass ...nimil on the matter. flll organisations wishing to be Jlcstideral are asked to have this tafnmatkm In the hands of the rkanhcr 01 commerce nui mier gss Dee, zo, witn me uuacnuwa B tsst fsch information will be kept conMentislj ' FEOPEETY SEIZED DT DAVENPORT BY FEDERAL OFFICER I & if" y 'i " r 1' ' ' Tto Day in Davenport TUtHHiiiil Cwt Trelght car robbers for tJae past several weeks besa operating in the Milwau kee and -Q- rail war yards near the loot of Gaines street, and yester day it was reported that three ship ments were found short Food and clothing to the Talne of several band red dollars has been stolen dnriag the raids of the car thieves. FIts cases of prunes consigned to the Biackhawk Hotel -company, Wfi fonad to be short 140 poejads; one ease of blankets, which con tained a quarter of a gross, a shin eat of the Bperry-Hntohlnson company. Is missing; and the Hood Robber company, lost two cases, of rubber shoes.,. .. .-y- ' ' rinier rati OBee Burglars Thursday sight forced entrance to the office and store room of the City Fael company at the foot of Fillmore street, and stole eight ISO. They escaped in a astomohile and left' Bo trace. Police; were as- ui ui case, sua je was ois covwred that the robbers had en tered the building via a rear win dow, which they unlocked from the inside, after smashing a hole in a pane, through which aa arm could be inserted. v ' roadster, belonging to hfoUne. had keca stole. Search for the car led to the arrest of the youths. - Stealing, Garments Davenport police are investigating reports of Khotaale thefts of clothing- and small garments, which has been ; going on. at the Palmer school for the past several days. The latest fir1" Mullen;' "the grandparents. rm nf Ur and Mrs. Irwin M. Mel-' "STTTT FOlt lea; mldlng at 1334 West TUT- j XLKSXX D Cfil 2 v! teenth street, died yesterday morn-; . - - ? j ing at Mercy hospital aTur a short : J Illness. The babe was bqrn Jo" ; reosntly sstabUshed Rock Island 1 19SA. in Davpniwrt. ania. is snrr Irflkw aa received yesterday. -r - vived by the parents. Mr. and Mra. M"" !iat !U) i uii...'th. mixlnaranta. :0I MUIOrsanrg; Ml. wm r victim is George Walters, a studeat u iua kiini, wno lost a iro over coat Tharsdav.-The garment, of dark bine material, doable breasted and with a velvet collar, was par chased but a week ago. and had hardly been worm by the owner. Death Record Death claimed the (life of one of the old residents of hours and aa a resalt they spent the remainder of the night in the city Jail. The young men were: Jack Warn, aged 1C. (10 West First street; Paul Merritt, aged 14, 1011 Division street; Leroy Larkln, aged IS, 1611 West Fourth street; Fred Welsenbach, aged IB, (1 Division street Soon after the theatre crowd began filing oat of the Colaambla theatre last evenlni. the rolls of roofing valued at more than1 police ; were notified that a Buick Take Into BaadJts Four youth ful auto bandits enjoyed a short . 1 " r covering, Scott county Thursday afternoon a period of not mora than three !hn u. n...i..i I-. . i . suddenly at her home tour miles from Davenport on the Green Tree road. She succumbed at about 4 o'clock and although she had been in poor health for some time her demise was unexpected. Heart trouble was the cause of death. Miss Dorothea Doess was bora in An holt, Germany. Ma 12. 1963, and came to America and direct to Scott county in 1883. Jack Henry Mullen, ( months old Mr. and Mrs. John W. Mullen, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gaentperman Glared the manaM looa rwsy.. k him. especially In these times ti unemployment. And. besides be In nit ia iMrn a profitable trad Open Hew Center Friendliness w(tooat y,, prospect of worrytas and good cheer permeated the gath- aloQ. on the low wages he would ering of residents of thh Blue Grass to accept In civilian Uf , district at the opening of (heir new ;jf bB undertook to learn the trad I Community center. Tnnraaay eve-, wakslaad goes first to Cnicagu ning. The spacious new bunding ft his second physical examina- - was decorated . with, brightly col- tion and then will bo shipped te ored flags and Christmas greenery. ' Paris Island, ST C tor nine -weelusf ,-. and long ttbles stretched across . the end of that time he win go ' the room accommodated the hun-; to iluantico, Va., to enter te dreds who were present. Speakers gchool of auto mechanics. of the evening paid tribute to the j se marine recruiting offices are splendid . community spirit which fnroom 24 of the SUte .hank. had made possible the erection of . building. -" 'CsA the center, the hope that It would . :.iii fij create a greater, more intimate I a special Table d'Hote dinner alu friendliness, w,as also expressed. ! $1.00 will be served at the New w ' Harner (.are sunaays i u a snufl Marriage Licenses Henry - P. every evening 5:30 to 8 p. m Garey and Elisabeth May Rueland.Jit a trial both of Moline, 111.' Jment Under "Give o" new , manage., r 7 If. i si , " MRS. XaRIA DDfOCai proeertf owned by Miss Celes- tM Fsjervary, daughter of the id Klcbolts Fejervary, pioneer rnident of DaVenport, located on Ittt Second street near Brown Srat, has been seized by the gov nixat under the act of congress hows u the trading with the aosy law, it became known yes- muj, wim ioa niing oi we ao fttkt of leisure. . Th property was taken in cnarga bf C, F. Schmidt, assistant cash Isr of the First National bank, on Msrca 26, last, acting under orders. Ilea Francis P. Garvin, alien prop vtjr nitodian. The original order tor the leiture of the business Hack vst dated in Washington on Ju. a, last ' , Miss rejervary, who " inherited &t property from her father, is kv is Budapest, Austria, engaged a relief work among the suffering lulriin children. She was in Aus Miwksn America entered the war tint the dual empires and when to war closed she turned her at teation to relief work. Tli seizure of the property is it frit made here under the war Hb measure, insofar as imrds on file disclose. Tl property is taken in charge ll th government under the act tfamfreM enacted on Oct 6, 1917, oi known as the trading with the atnr set Miss Fejervary was (sailM by the government as an mmj ui uer properly urutsreu t (Tit property will be held until uds as America ana roe auai i first agree on peace terms and j wvaiy raiinea. wnen neace nas tsn declared the property will be tutored to the original owner, offi ali here say. The property has a frontage of Hteet on Second street The build 1 on the site is leased as a tin op. Tie original order cited Joe R. Uae, U J. Yaggy, W. J. Housman C. F. Schmidt to take charge of property. The latter was elect- to carry out the 'orders of the utodian. To have seen American progress through an entire century and re call fhe history of the country when there were no railroads, no steam boats, an no modern conveniences is the good fortune of Mrs. Marie Hub bard Dimock of Moline, who is cele brating her 100th birthday today. Mrs. Dimock is one of the most prominent of the pioneer settlers in this county. Mrs. Dimock was born Dec. 11, 1820rtn the sold Hubbard family home at Bergen, New York state, and traveled over the country to the Mississippi river in a covered wagon stopping, at Geneseo. With her parents, four brothers and sis ter, Miss Cornelia Hubbard, 86 years of age and also of Moline, Mrs. Dimock crossed the plains in 1836. She was married in Geneseo in her early twenties to Dwight Clin ton Dimock, a prosperous and am bitious young lumberman, and in 1S44 the young people came to Mo line to make their home. Mr. official Dimock founded the Dimock & Gould Lumber company which for many yeas operated its big mills on the water front, and he became one of the best known lumber men of the valley, and he and his wife were prominent in the social life of the community. Since the death of her husband some years since Mrs. Dimock has made her home with her daughter, Mrs. E. H. Sleight of 826 Seventeenth street, Moline, and it is here that she is entertaining the Mary Little Deere chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, of which she is a member.' . ? ; The family will have some spe cial observance of the day Sunday, and Monday old friends are invited jtor an informal tea and at home during the afternoon social hours from 3 to 6. Mrs. Dimock's granddaughters are Mrs.. Cyrus Diets and Mrs. J. W. Barnard and her great grand children are Barbara and Jay Bam- ' i J tt . aiu auu nuuier .uieu. Mrs. Dimock and Sier husband were among the founders and char ter members of the First Congre gational church in .Moline, and Mrs. Dimock was the first presi dent of the ladles' aid society. Mrs.- Dimock . takes a keen and lively interest in" the happenings of the day and reads and sews and keeps up with the happenings of the hour quite as 'nimbly-' as some of the younger generations. She and her sister both voted at the recent election, and In fact have gone to the polls -ever since Illinois women were given a chance to vote. ;,. ; " WHEN THE KIDDIES SUFFERFROMCOLDS f them pleasant-to-tak ueu'8 Pine-Tar-Honey romp around and VP"T nd become overheated. A ' often results. It should not one instant. Have Dr. It rwfrTsr-Honfy on hand, and givs me at directed. It is very pleas t,ta,nd its ingredients are sure the'tickling throat. It helps in J1"! irritation and loosens that packed phlegm. Clears the ail Dr. BeU'. Pine-Tar-Honej 2 fcr that heavy cold. What M 2 ' thousands ofpthers it lur Ntedlynlldofor you." I from your druggist today, mn mil km Coughs and 1 Colas Gifts of Quality - . that ' Men Appreciate X ' -:--.v. Brief Cases, Bill Folds, .. Purses, Key Cases, etc., are sure to be acceptable and in good taste. You make no mis take if you choose a Brief Case for the business man. It is. an almost indispen sable article. K An all leather Bill Fold will bring joy to the heart of the man who carries) money loose in his pockets. May we as-s sist you in choosing these fine gifts. . N The Vaile Company (Sot Inc.) . ' OFFICE SrPPLIES, STATIONERY, BOOKS KH Third Avenue , Bock Island, DL 'tJr 'S ft a-- im. ana oust sua satin JJr HnV e rvre eirmOintment CAN DE CURED Free Proof To You a tsW aVWwwJ . ' t. C nwtmrH. . P. AU I want to your name and addrm o I n send too a free Drafgist trial trratmeot. I want you !ut to try Una treatment. that's -ii u... tn it Th-rt a mv oniT arrument. I n barn in me oeiaii urug dwuk ' SerretaiT of tha In diana Stata Board of Pharmwix and ProdJent of tha Betail IhwiU' Aaaoaatioa. Mu in Pnrt Wnw knows me and knows about my fuccraaiul treat. Orer hartwa th.aaaad Sv haaSrcd Men. Women, and CBUdren ootaida of , K,.rt Wavnr hrr, secorjni to their own statements, been cured by Ibis traauaeal ainrw I Srst made tbia oSor public. i. ou haa Ecaeasa, lteb. Salt Bbeaia. Tettar never Dind bow bad my treatment baa cared the wont cases 1 aver saw st aw tfeaat ta Breve sy ,li!L.I.(, or name and address on the coupon below and set the trial treat meat (want to send you FREE. The wonders .accomplished in your owa case will be proof. . v naif. nv ----- shall Igitie my Wife THIS is written for men! It is written by a man, who has a wife, and she expects presents on Christmas Day. And it is a job oh, it is certain. a iob, to know what to get her. r. ( All those thing'a'ma-jigs that she wears I can't buy them. Whateyer I bought , would be the wrong thing. But I've found the answer, for this Christmas at least It's a peach of a present, always useful, a fine thing for the children, a wonderful tiling to have in the house. ToteUthetrulh,rilgetalotoffunoutofitmyself. Its K1! TV cTfie C3 We should have had good music in our home long before this. We've talked about it, wanted it -and The Cheney brings all the music of the world with it. It plays all records, phys for a dance when we want tctrip the "light fantastic" for an evening. It sings for our friends, puts the baby to sleep and here's a wonderful thing ' about it. It has a beautiful tone needle scratch practically eliminated and as nearly like hearing the original as I ever hope to hear. There isn't another instrument like The Cheney. It is based on new principles never used in tone reproduction before. And those inventions make The Cheney like a violin it gets sweeter and richer. In fact, the say "The Longer You Play It, The Sweeter It Grows." Isn't that a present de luxe! t. C. HVTZEIA, Ore ia t. 363 Waat Mala Si, Vart Wajas. Ia. Ptcaae sead without cosCor oblicatioo to me-our Free Proof Treatment. Gaortiaa Period Vfodet Others priced at $125 to $385 Baying At Shallene's Means ' a Good Deal "NOTE Men who wait until the last minute to get The Cheney for their wives may find our stock? wofuBy depleted.' The demand is tremendous and we urge you to come m at once. If you don' ktow Tne Cheney -never haie heard it don't 'fail to come in and have us demonstrate it before you decide on a Phonograph Jbv a Christmas gic , Convenient Terms if You Prefer 11 VriiLJtJS TOVFS 1320-22-24 Fifth Aevnue Moline f t ( -U m JOE TUCKIS Flower Shop n le the Host Same 1! Post Office State, CARJPETS JRU GSl Street and Xo..